Democratic U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola, who won the August special election to fill out the remaining months of the late Rep. Don Young’s term, appears headed to a similar victory in the general election. With 96% of precincts reporting, the tally as of Nov. 9
(EricN Publications) – Who is Harold Volkmer and why should it matter to Alaskans? This past August, in a special election completed through a new ranked voting system, a Democrat was elected to be our representative in Washington. This, in a state,
Alaska Family Action, a leading pro-life and pro-family organization that advocates for traditional values in the public square, has released it’s endorsement guide for the Nov. 8 midterms. The guide places candidates into three categories. The highest
Alaskan Conservatives are doing what they always do. Less than a week after our eye-popping defeat in the Special Election, Alaskan Conservatives are still squabbling over “Who-is-more-conservative-than-whom?” Instead, they should be strategizing
With 60% of the voters choosing Republicans (Palin and Begich) in round one of Alaska’s ranked-choice vote election for the U.S. House, it seemed like the final outcome should have been a Republican win. One of the Republicans should have inherited the
Today at 4 p.m. Alaska’s Division of Elections will livestream its ranked-choice voting tabulation for the special general election to determine who won the contest to replace the late Congressman Don Young. While the race is far from over, hard-left
U.S. House candidate Nick Begich continues to clarify his pro-life positions as Alaskans prepare to vote in the Aug. 16 special election to replace the late Congressman Don Young. Begich is one of three candidates on the ballot to fill out the remaining
National Right to Life has endorsed Sarah Palin for the Aug. 16 special election to replace the late U.S. Congressman Don Young. “Governor Palin is a champion for unborn children and their mothers,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to
A new political survey by pollster Ivan Moore shows that Alaska’s new ranked choice voting scheme would help U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski retain her seat, and would boost U.S. House candidate Nick Begich to victory. It also indicates that Gov. Mike Dunleavy
Nick Begich, who is running to replace the late Congressman Don Young in the upcoming special election, explained his stance on abortion during a live July 6 interview with Talk of the Kenai radio host Bob Bird. Begich is in a three-way race with Sarah Palin
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